This is a fairly rare watch and much sought after. One of the earliest Bulova Automatics released in the early 1950's.Initially they were called Selfwinding and became know as Automatics a few years later.

 

This example is a Bulova Randall from 1951/2 the case is marked 1952 however we think this might have been made the year before. 
The case is 10k Yellow Gold Filled throughout and is in very good condition with only superficial scratches nothing serious for a nearly 70 year old watch. The dial is in good condition the only signs of ageing besides a slight darkening of the disl is a visible inner circle which we think might have been caused by the hands.

 

Inside the case is a Bulova 10CSC Swiss  17 Jewel lever Automatic movement signed Bulova Watch.Co.

Cosmeticalky overall we would describe this Watch as being in good condition for its age and is running well.

Bulova Randall 1951/2 Selfwinding Gents Dress Watch

£325.00Price